Community Service Awards

As part of our 30th anniversary celebrations, your credit union is proud to sponsor and champion the Community Service Awards to honour members of the community who have made outstanding contributions towards the enrichment of the lives of residents of the Lower Mainland.

As an engaged and active citizen, you are entitled to nominate any individual/business that meets the criteria listed in the five awards categories. This information is listed on our website ( and copies may be obtained in any of our five branches. You don’t have to be a member of Khalsa Credit Union to nominate someone or to receive a nomination.

Deadline for submissions – 5:00 PM, Monday, August 10, 2016

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Khalsa Youth Loan

In this modern era a university education is a precursor to a successful career and financial security. However with the cost of an undergraduate degree running upwards to $67,000, that attainment is frequently accompanied by burdensome student loan debt. At KCU we want to help young people become productive members of society and their communities. Accordingly we have introduced Khalsa Youth Loan.

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Get Your Share

We'll start by setting up an appointment for you to come in and open an account. In order to receive the $200 bonus, you'll need to set up a recurring, automatic payment or deposit in your personal account, or transfer your business chequing account.

Receive a $25 credit for each friend you refer who opens an account

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The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a long-term savings plan to help Canadians with disabilities and their families save for the future. If member has RDSP, he/she may also be eligible for grants and bonds to help with his/her long-term savings.

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